Giclee Prints Gallery

Giclee Prints

Signed and titled by the artist

**In addition to the size listed with each print, you can also order prints at twice the size for $175**

  • Coastal Ranch #1
    $50 - Coastal Ranch #1 size: 8 1/2x10
    (larger prints can be made upon request)
  • Coastal Ranch #2
    $50 - Coastal Ranch #2 8 1/2x10
    (larger prints can be made upon request)
  • Cooling Down
    $50 - Cooling Down 8x10
    (larger prints can be made upon request)
  • Grandview #1 8x10
    $50 -Grandview #1 8x10
    (larger prints can be made upon request)
  • Grandview #2
    $50 - Grandview #2 8x10
    (larger prints can be made upon request)
  • Grandview #3
    $50 - Grandview #3 8x10
    (larger prints can be made upon request)
  • OBX Marsh and Sky
    $50 - OBX Marsh and Sky 6 1/2x10
    (larger prints can be made upon request)
  • OBX Sundown
    $50 - OBX Sundown 8 1/4x10
    (larger prints can be made upon request)
  • Point Reyes #1
    $50 - Point Reyes #1 7 1/2x10
    (larger prints can be made upon request)
  • Point Reyes #2
    $50 - Point Reyes #2 7 x 10
    (larger prints can be made upon request)
  • Rocky Mountain Moods #3
    $50 - Rocky Mountain Moods #3 7 1/2x10
    (larger prints can be made upon request)
  • Sky and Mountains
    $50 - Sky and Mountains 6 1/2x10
    (larger prints can be made upon request)
  • Spring Marsh
    $50 - Spring Marsh 6 1/2x10
    (larger prints can be made upon request)
  • Summer Field
    $50 - Summer Field 6 1/2 x 10
    (larger prints can be made upon request)
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What is a Giclee print?

The art of fine art printing has become even more precise with the advent of the revolutionary Giclee (ghee-clay) printing process.  For brilliant, exquisite color and razor sharp detail, it is unsurpassed.  A Giclee print is simply the closest duplication of an original artwork that is humanly, mechanically, or technically possible.

The cornerstone of this process is enhanced digital ink jet printing.  The word Giclee, itself is French, and means spurt or squirt, in this case meaning, “spray of ink.”  From hundreds of inkjets, more than a million droplets of ink per second are sprayed on canvas or watercolor paper spinning on a drum.  Once completed an image is comprised of almost 20 billion droplets of ink.

The resulting print has no perceptible dot pattern, an endless array of richly saturated color, and every nuance of the original image.  The most archival, water-based lightfast inks available in the world are used.  The latest inks offer a 70 year light-fast and UV-resistance under museum archival condition.

Giclee prints have an impressive exhibition record.  They have been shown in museums and galleries throughout the world.  A few examples are:

  • The Metropolitan Museum of Art—New York
  • Los Angeles Museum of Contemporary Art
  • National Museum of Art
  • The British Museum of Art